For a glowing complexion, it’s not solely about genes, supplements and skincare products.
In fact, experts say healthier skin can begin with what you eat.
“Diet can play a large role in the health of your body’s biggest organ, your skin,” said Erin Palinski-Wade, a New Jersey-based registered dietitian of erinpalinski.com and author of “Belly Fat Diet For Dummies.”
“Studies show that dairy consumption is linked to acne,” said Dandrea-Russert, pointing to one study which found that women who drank two or more glasses of skim milk per day were 44% more likely to have acne than the control group.
You want to limit foods loaded with fats, too.
Those of the unhealthy variety, such as saturated and trans fats, which “have been attributed to inflammation, oxidative stress, and may contribute to skin damage,” said Shapiro.
Perri Ormont Blumberg is a contributing lifestyle reporter for Fox News Digital.